埃尔多安的经济革命

伊斯坦布尔——

2002年开始执政的土耳其正义与发展党,在经济上取得了巨大成就。诚然,在土耳其的现代历史中,该党取得的成就是出类拔萃的,仅民主党可以与之相媲美。民主党是20世纪50年代开始执政的,那时土耳其的多党议会民主制度刚刚起步。民主党执政长达十年。

民主党执政时期经济显著增长,人民更加自由,这种观点已植根于土耳其人民的心中。而在民主党被某军事集团罢黜近42年之后,于6月12日再次赢得大选的正义与发展党,将带领土耳其迈入新的发展阶段。

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